- In a gazette notice dated November 17, Ruto said Mwaura will serve for a term of three years.
UDA National Elections Board chairperson Anthony Mwaura was on Thursday sworn in as the new Kenya Revenue Authority chairman.
Mwaura took the oath of office at the Supreme Court of Kenya.
He replaces Francis Muthaura whose tenure has come to an end. Muthaura was appointed in 2018 during former President Uhuru Kenyatta's tenure.
His swearing-in comes following his appointment by President William Ruto.
In a gazette notice dated November 17, Ruto said Mwaura will serve for a term of three years.
"In exercise of the powers conferred by section 6(2) (a) of the Kenya Revenue Authority Act, I, William Ruto, President of the Republic of Kenya and Commander in Chief of the Defence Forces appoint Anthony Ng'ang'a Mwaura to be the Chairperson of the Kenya Revenue Authority, for a period of three (3) years, with effect from the 18th November 2022," the gazette notice read.
Mwaura is the current chair of the UDA National Elections Board.